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  1. It’s only going to get darker, isn’t it? Good.
  2. I’m loving this show, and I’m looking forward to seeing that ring of corpses orbiting the ship become more populated every episode.
  3. I really missed this show.
  4. I loved what we got, but one missed opportunity that will haunt the episode: a Gumby sketch featuring Larry David.
  5. One huge thing that I had a problem with: Maz never got around to letting us know how she got Luke’s (or rather Anakin’s) lightsaber. I’m no film expert, but the final film in the trilogy would have been the perfect time to unwind that yarn.
  6. The Rey Palpatine reveal was exactly what I had expected since TFA. The moment she lunged at Kylo with a lightsaber the exact way Sidious did during his fight against Mace Windu, I pretty much knew.
  7. Amazing cliffhanger, AND we finally got to see that Imperial troop carrier toy from the 1970’s toy line in action!
  8. Fuck you, blue Karen, you took the kids!
  9. This is shaping up to be nothing more than fan fiction with an HBO budget. I’m still interested to find out how it all ends, but I’m just not moved by the story.
  10. I don’t know about the rest of you, but when I think “Swashbuckling adventure,” and “The spirit of the old West,” I automatically think of Lin-Manuel Miranda.
  11. I’d like to know how those pills got such recent memories.
  12. Something I’m not exactly understanding: how come the Mandalorians are making such a big deal about not removing their helmets when there are numerous canonical examples (film and tv) that dispute such a tradition?
  13. I wish John Meacham had brought up Grover Cleveland when talking about Presidential health cover-ups. That story is fascinating, and not often told. The President Is a Sick Man: Wherein the Supposedly Virtuous Grover Cleveland Survives a Secret Surgery at Sea and Vilifies the Courageous Newspaperman Who Dared Expose the Truth https://www.amazon.com/dp/156976350X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_BNO0DbMSW4DZZ
  14. A trash can is a home the same way a tent by the overpass is a home: It’s not. Everyone may be fine with him living in a trash can for 50 years, but that doesn’t make him any less homeless.
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